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Salmon sculpture called “Leaper” by Tom Jay, 2003, along Riverside Park Trail in Mount Vernon, Washington.
Cub Scouts working on a Tree Identification Badge at the Sarah Zigler Interpretive Trail, Jacksonville, Oegon
A young angler along the Ann and Roy Butler Hike and Bike Trail on Ladybird Lake in downtown Austin
Events for families and kids on the Sackets Harbor Battlefield Historic Trail
Harbins Park equestrian trails offer a series of natural surface travel paths that network for pedestrian use throughout the park and offer access to a variety of park areas.
Halloween hikers on the Fisher Towers Trail near Moab, Utah
A family outing in Galloway Village along the Galloway Creek Greenway; Springfield, Missouri
Learning about history on the Luzerne County National Recreation Trail in Pennsylvania
Under the tall trees on the Cherokee Nature Trail and Arboretum, North Carolina
A school class on a guided hike to the waterfall at Chewacla State Park in Alabama
Scaring the monsters from the tunnel; Elroy-Sparta State Trail, Wisconsin
Junior trail stewards; Tahoe Rim Trail, California and Nevada
Runners from Cascade Christian High School on the Sarah Zigler Trail; Jacksonville, Oregon
Bureau of Land Management event with kids on Cress Creek Nature Trail near Ririe, Idaho
Cross country team having practice on the Junction and Breakwater Trail, Sussex County, Delaware
Young hikers on the Buffalo Track Canyon Trail at the north end of Kanopolis State Park, Kansas
A family bicycling on the Sacramento River Trail in Redding, California
Skookum Butte Trail, Lolo National Forest, Montana
Guadalupe River Trail / San Jose – River Oaks Pedestrian Bridge
Fifth graders preparing for work on the Sarah Zigler Interpretive Trail in Jacksonville, Oregon
Scouts on the Ruby Crest Trail, Nevada
The 10-mile trail at Lady Bird Lake in Austin,Texas is one of the most well-used trails in America
A wild ride at the North Carolina Museum of Art and House Creek Greenway in Raleigh